faxverb

  • jaファクス送信する
  • ento transmit a facsimile of (printed matter, photographs, or the like) electronically

Examples

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Alright, was there anything you wanted to add to the agenda?
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Me no get an agenda.
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What, I'm sorry?
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I didn't get any agenda.
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Well, I faxed one over to you this morning.
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Inkjets are kind of really versatile.
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You can print photos.
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You can do your documents.
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They'll often be all-in-one, so you can scan and fax and copy.
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"Why am I faxing this?
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It's 2017.
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Why do you need a fax?"
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And the answer is maybe 'cause they don't have Pegasystems.
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- Hey. - Hey.
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Who are you faxing so early in the morning?
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Oh.
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Kinda hard to explain.
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It was called New Pedia.
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We had a 7-stage review process.
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People actually for a while had to fax in their diplomas to prove they were qualified to write something.
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And as you might expect, it was a complete failure.
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Here's the rundown you asked for.
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I may have expanded some areas that you weren't prepared for—
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Great. Fax that to everyone on the distribution list.
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Sure.
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Do you wanna look at it first?
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Do I need to?
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No.
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No, no, I just... wanted to make sure we had the same format.
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Let's say that your neighborhood grocer allows you to fax in your orders.
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You can automatically prepare your shopping list, even add in additional items,
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and then automatically fax it right in.
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- What's next? - It's for PC and Mac, $30, it's on a floppy disk format.